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ard 517 / 30.04.2021

Seafood was a common element of the 17th century Flemish and Dutch still lifes. Shrimps, lobsters or crabs. They were a beautiful compositional element. They also showed off to the host's wealth. Beata Skorek: Still life with octopus Beata Skorek: Still life with octopus and tomatos Beata Skorek: Still life with octopus and oyster CuriosityDuring the preparations for these photos, many people knew who would be the main character of the photos. Almost everyone, when they found out about the octopus, made (almost automatically) faces and remarks (sounds) indicating disgust or slight fear of this animal. I began to wonder where this reaction...